5 Tips for Watching Rugby
1. Watch the elite rugby playersat iconic stadiums
Watching rugby should lead you to the legendary Murrayfield, Principality Stadium and the Aviva Stadium in Ireland. Club rugby has its own allure but watching our home nations and impressive Ireland take on global rivals in the Autumn Internationals this November or in the final Six Nations before the Japan Rugby World Cup 2019 is an irresistible opportunity.
England are looking to improve on their average performances in 2018 so expect them to throw everything at their rivals at the Autumn Internationals and the Six Nations to reclaim their place as champions. Eddie Jones and the England team have time to achieve great results before the World Cup commences.
For novices, team terms like Tighthead Prop and Openside Flanker are a mystery. However, the language of rugby is as easy to pick up as a rugby player’s cauliflower ear.
Using rugby events and hospitality packages rather than a basic entry ticket for corporate entertaining or a friends and family day out is a cost effective and highly rewarding course of action.
2. Clear your diary
Make yourself available on these dates in November 2018 and in February to mid-March 2019; you’ll be busy at rugby events.
Autumn Internationals: 3rd, 10th, 17th and 24th November.
Six Nations: 1st, 2nd, 9th, 10th, 23rdand 24th February. 9th, 10th, 16th March.
3. Get the best seats in the stadium
It’s frustrating when you pay to watch a prestigious “must see” match only to find that your seat is in the least convenient spot or worse, you can’t see some of the pitch without effort. Remove any risk of a disappointing seat by taking advantage of a rugby hospitality package which ensures that you and your party are appointed the best available seats, a private box or exclusive area.
4. Ensure the off-pitch facilities match the on-pitch action
With rugby hospitality, enjoy the stylish, opulent and sophisticated facilities which are not available to standard ticket holders. From fine dining experiences to free bars, a reception on arrival to networking opportunities for business clients, every possible luxury is taken care of when you visit the best grounds in the world.
Many packages offer the chance to meet legends of the sport, enjoy a Q&A and to get an autograph; or maybe you’d prefer a renowned rugby player sat at your table? Yes, that can be arranged.
5. Arrange your experience through hospitality specialists
Electing to use the services of rugby hospitality professionals like the team at DTB Sports and Events is time and cost saving. These experts have expansive knowledge of what makes a day special and they enjoy exceptional working relationships with the venues management.
Please don’t try to pull together the strands of a day at Twickenham or one of the other classic venues; you have other important calls on your time. Contact the experts, enjoy excellence and remove any doubts and worries that expectations won’t be met. They will be.
To secure your outstanding and competitively priced rugby hospitality packages, please book now.